On Tuesday, Daniel Ives, a Wedbush analyst, described the Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse as the end to the “Cinderella Story” for the bank. He also referred to the destruction of the community of venture capitalists it supported. Ives stated that while venture credit lines and credit were much easier to obtain by Silicon Valley Bank’s tech-friendly bank, startups now have to work hard to get loans and banking relationships with regional banks and large money centers. Silicon Valley Bank, the “Godfather” of Silicon Valley’s banking ecosystem for the past few years, was dissolved last week.